RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE
- Melt half of the butter in a medium saucepan over low heat. Simmer the onion and beef marrow in the butter for about 10 minutes. When the onion is soft, remove the onion and marrow from the pan using a slotted spoon, and set aside. (I like to leave the onions in.)
- Saute the rice in the pan over medium heat for 5 to 7 minutes, or until lightly toasted. Stir constantly so the rice will not stick and burn. Stir in one ladle of beef stock, and keep stirring until it is mostly absorbed, ladling and stirring in more of the broth as well as the white wine in the same manner, until the rice is almost al dente. Stir in the saffron, remaining butter, and 3/4 cup of Parmesan cheese. Turn off the heat, cover and let sit for 4 or 5 minutes.
- Serve as a bed for ossibuchi or by itself with as much of the remaining Parmesan cheese sprinkled over as you like.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 834 calories, Carbohydrate 90.3 g, Cholesterol 94 mg, Fat 35.4 g, Fiber 2.3 g, Protein 27.7 g, SaturatedFat 21.6 g, Sodium 710.8 mg, Sugar 6.3 g
OSSO BUCO WITH RISOTTO MILANESE
Osso buco is Italian comfort food at its best, but it is also elegant enough to serve at any gathering. A rich and creamy saffron risotto is the classic accompaniment. Traditionally it's served with a long, thin spoon sticking straight out of the bone, so you can enjoy the savory marrow inside.
Provided by Food Network Kitchen
Yield 4 servings
Number Of Ingredients 25
- For the osso buco: Sprinkle the veal with salt and pepper and heat the oil in a large Dutch oven over medium heat. Spread some flour on a plate, then dredge the veal in the flour on all sides and add to the oil. Brown well on both sides, 2 minutes a side. Remove to a plate.
- Add the onion, carrot and celery to the pot and cook, stirring, until the onion wilts, about 4 minutes. Stir in the rosemary and thyme. Add the white wine, increase the heat and boil until reduced by half, about 2 minutes. Add the tomatoes, broth and bay leaves. Reduce the heat so that the liquid is simmering gently, and nestle in the veal. Add water, if necessary, to come three-quarters of the way up the sides of the meat. Cover and cook until the veal is tender and a paring knife inserted in the meat slides out easily (insert the knife in several pieces to make sure all are done), 1 hour 15 minutes to 1 hour 30 minutes. Remove the veal to a plate.
- Strain the sauce into a fat separator, pressing on the solids. Wipe out the Dutch oven. Pour the defatted sauce back into the Dutch oven and reduce over high heat until thickened and the sauce just coats the back of a spoon. Cut the strings on the osso buco and return the meat to the sauce. Remove from the heat, cover and keep warm while you make the risotto.
- For the risotto Milanese: Combine the broth and 2 cups water in a medium saucepan. Bring to a simmer and add the saffron, then turn the heat very low to just keep warm. Heat a medium Dutch oven over medium heat, then add the olive oil. When the oil is hot, add the onion, 1/2 teaspoon salt and several grinds of black pepper; cook until softened but not browned, 4 to 5 minutes.
- Add the rice and cook, stirring, to coat the grains in the oil, about 2 minutes. Add the white wine, bring to a simmer and cook until absorbed, about 2 minutes. Add enough of the hot broth to just cover the rice. Simmer, stirring occasionally until almost totally absorbed. Continue to add broth and stir until the rice is creamy and al dente, about 18 minutes from the first addition. (The risotto will be a bit soupy at this point.)
- Remove from the heat. Stir in the butter and Parmesan until melted and creamy. Season with salt and pepper.
- For the gremolata: Combine the parsley, garlic and lemon zest in a small bowl.
- Spoon the risotto into 4 shallow wide bowls. Top each serving with a piece of osso buco and spoon the sauce over the top. Sprinkle with the gremolata.
- In a saucepan bring broth and water to a simmer and keep at a bare simmer.
- Finely chop onion and in a 2 1/2- to 3-quart heavy saucepan cook in 2 tablespoons butter over moderate heat, stirring occasionally, until softened. Add rice, stirring to coat with butter. Add 1 cup simmering broth mixture and cook, stirring constantly and keeping at a simmer, until absorbed. Continue cooking at a simmer and adding broth mixture, about 1/2 cup at a time, stirring constantly and letting each addition be absorbed before adding next, until rice is tender and creamy-looking but still al dente, about 18 minutes total. (There may be broth mixture left over.) Stir in Parmesan, saffron, remaining tablespoon butter, and salt and pepper to taste and cook over low heat until heated through, about 3 minutes.
INSTANT POT® RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE
This recipe dates back to the 1500s and originates in Milan. Typically there are very few ingredients in this dish, resulting in a risotto that is deep yellow with a delicate flavor. I've changed the ingredients to suit modern cooks; originally beef marrow was used, something that is difficult to find. This recipe makes six, very large servings. It does not reheat well.
Provided by Bren
Number Of Ingredients 8
- Heat chicken broth in a sauce pan over low heat. Add saffron threads and simmer without boiling.
- Turn on a multi-functional pressure cooker (such as Instant Pot®) and select Saute function. Add oil and allow to get hot. Stir in onion and cook until soft and translucent, 3 to 4 minutes. Stir in rice and saute, stirring frequently, for 2 minutes. Deglaze with white wine and allow to reduce by half. Pour hot broth and saffron mixture into the Instant Pot® and stir to combine. Close and lock the lid.
- Select high pressure according to manufacturer's instructions; set timer for 6 minutes. Allow 10 to 15 minutes for pressure to build.
- Release pressure carefully using the quick-release method in short bursts according to manufacturer's instructions, about 5 minutes. Unlock and remove the lid. Stir in Parmesan cheese and butter and allow to sit for 3 minutes before serving. Top each serving with additional Parmesan cheese, if desired.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 301 calories, Carbohydrate 49.2 g, Cholesterol 9.3 mg, Fat 7.4 g, Fiber 1.1 g, Protein 6.7 g, SaturatedFat 2.5 g, Sodium 110.5 mg, Sugar 1.7 g
- In large heavy saucepan or skillet, soften shallots in butter. Add rice and cook over fairly high heat, stirring constantly, until grains turn opaque.
- Add dissolved saffron and wine and stir well to prevent rice from sticking to bottom of pan. When liquid has evaporated, add a ladle of hot broth. Repeat this procedure until rice is almost tender but firm. If you run out of stock, add warm water instead.
- Turn off heat and season risotto with salt, pepper and Parmesan cheese to taste. Serve immediately with more cheese passed separately.
Nutrition Facts : @context http, Calories 397, UnsaturatedFat 5 grams, Carbohydrate 52 grams, Fat 12 grams, Fiber 2 grams, Protein 12 grams, SaturatedFat 7 grams, Sodium 757 milligrams, Sugar 5 grams, TransFat 0 grams
RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE
From www.italyum.com. "This recipe belongs to the culinary tradition of the city of Milan. It's a very old recipe, probably more than 400 years old and the story goes that while an artist was preparing the dye to colour the window glass of the cathedral (Il Duomo di Milano), his apprentice, by accident, poured some saffron powder into the near by pan of rice. Since then, the recipe has been elaborated many times, until nowadays. When cooking the proper "risotto alla Milanese" you require the use of some beef bone marrow at an early stage in the cooking."
Provided by Annacia
Categories Short Grain Rice
Yield 4 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 9
- Put 30 g of the butter in a large pan and melt it (keep the remaining butter for later).
- Add the finely chopped onion.
- Sweat over a medium heat for about 2 minutes.
- Add the bone marrow and continue cooking for another 3 minutes, breaking it with the spoon while stirring.
- Once the onion is soft, add the rice and and stir until the rice is completely coated with the fat.
- You can see that the rice will start to become translucent, keep stirring and sweat the rice for a minute or two.
- Then, add the white wine, keep stirring and let the wine evaporate (it will probably take a couple of minutes).
- Now, add the stock and turn the heat to medium/low, the stock, which is kept simmering in order to stay hot, should be added at the rate of a couple of ladlefuls at a time and when this is absorbed, add more stock.
- Carry on in this way for about 15 minutes, during this stage, do not leave the pan alone and stir regularly (gently).
- After 15 minutes, you will probably need an extra 3 to 5 minutes to complete the final stage of cooking (this time depends on the type of rice you are using). From now on, taste the rice every minute until the rice is cooked "al dente" (this means that the rice is tender outside, but still slightly firm to the bite in the centre). At the same time, the tasting will tell you if you need to adjust seasoning with salt. Regular but gentle stirring is required for the last minutes in order to avoid the risotto sticking to the bottom of the pan.
- In these last minutes, if the stock is completely absorbed, you can gradually add a bit more (say a half ladle at a time) because at this final stage you do not want the risotto becoming too watery.
- Now, at about the 15th minute, put the saffron powder into a glass.
- Add half a ladle of stock and dissolve the saffron stirring with a small spoon and then add the saffron into the pan.
- Stir until all the rice is uniformly coloured (golden yellow). Continue cooking and adding stock as required.
- When the rice is perfectly cooked "al dente", add the Parmesan cheese and stir for few seconds until the Parmesan has melted.
- Then, put the cooker off, add all the remaining butter (cut into pieces) and stir until completely melted.
- Cover the pan with a lid for about 1 minute and allow the risotto to rest before serving it.
- Risotto should be served "all'onda" (like a wave). This means that when you serve it onto the plate, it should still flow a little.
- Buon appetito!
Nutrition Facts : Calories 2108.5, Fat 184.3, SaturatedFat 79.5, Cholesterol 276.3, Sodium 386.4, Carbohydrate 72.5, Fiber 1.4, Sugar 1.1, Protein 31.9
RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE
- Heat butter in a large, heavy saucepan. Add shallots and saute over medium heat until soft but not brown. Stir in rice and cook for several minutes, until the rice is well coated with butter.
- Place the stock in another saucepan and keep it simmering.
- Dissolve the saffron in a little of the stock in a small dish and stir into the rice.
- Then, stirring the rice constantly, add the simmering stock, about one-half cup at a time, adding additional stock every few minutes as the rice absorbs it. After about 25 minutes, the rice should have absorbed most of the stock and be "al dente" and cohere in a creamy mass. Do not overcook the rice. Season to taste.
- Serve at once with freshly grated Parmesan cheese.
RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE
I know that this is a common recipe, but there are none quite like this on Zaar. As a vegetarian, I leave out the pork and livers and add something else; maybe shrimp, maybe vegetables. Risotto is endlessly adaptable, so don't be afraid to experiment! (You can, of course, include the pork and livers and I promise I will still speak to you!)
Provided by spatchcock
Yield 2-4 serving(s)
Number Of Ingredients 10
- Heat the butter, salt pork, and olive oil in a heavy skillet over moderate heat.
- Add the onions and cook until lightly browned.
- Add the chopped livers, salt, and pepper, and stir. Cook for 5 minutes.
- Add the rice, stirring well, and cook for 2 minutes. Add the boiling broth, stir well, cover and simmer over low heat for 15 minutes.
- Test for seasoning and doneness. The risotto should be creamy in texture and the rice should be cooked but still slightly firm to the teeth.
- If the rice is too dry, add a little more broth. If too runny, cook uncovered for a minute or two.
- Do not overcook. Just prior to serving stir in the saffron. Serve with grated fresh parmesan cheese sprinkled on top.
- You might also want to add some freshly ground black pepper on top.
- For Vegetarian remove the Chicken liver, the salt pork and do not use the chicken broth. Also do not add any fish/seafood such as shrimp to the recipe. Fish/seafood is not considered vegetarian.
Nutrition Facts : Calories 1058.6, Fat 65.1, SaturatedFat 26.5, Cholesterol 306.2, Sodium 1761.3, Carbohydrate 88.7, Fiber 3.9, Sugar 4.5, Protein 27
RISOTTO ALLA MILANESE
- Remove 1/2 cup of the heated chicken stock to a small bowl; stir in saffron, and set aside. Keep the remaining stock warm in a medium saucepan over medium-low heat.
- Combine 2 tablespoons butter and olive oil in a large saucepan over medium heat. Add the onion and cook, stirring, until translucent, but not browned, about 5 minutes. Add the rice, and stir to coat with the butter mixture. Stir in the wine and cook, stirring continuously, until the wine evaporates, about 1 minute. Stir in the saffron broth and cook, allowing the rice to absorb it, about 2 minutes. Add the remaining broth, 1/2 cup at a time, stirring after each addition and allowing the rice to absorb after each addition before adding more. Cook until the rice is tender (but not mushy), about 20 minutes. Stir in the Parmesan, remaining tablespoon butter, and drizzle with olive oil. Serve immediately.
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How to make saffron risotto alla milanese?Learn how to make the Italian classic Risotto alla Milanese (Saffron Risotto) and discover the simplicity of an age-old tradition. Over very low heat, melt 1 1/2 Tbsp. butter in a saucepan and the bone marrow (if using). Add the onion and cook gently to sweat the onion, until soft and translucent for around 5 minutes.
How do you make a risotto?To make the risotto, place the 40g of bone marrow in a pan with 50g of the butter and add the onions and saffron. Cook the onions gently until softened and translucent
What is risotto alla milanese?You'll often see this recipe cooked with just rice and saffron, but a true risotto alla Milanese sees the onions and rice cooked in bone marrow before adding an intense beef stock – a process that brings a heady richness to the dish. Recipes Meat and Poultry Chicken Pork Beef Lamb Veal Rabbit Sauces Pesto Walnut sauce Salsa verde Ragù
How long do you cook rice for risotto?Add 1 ⁄ 2 cup warm stock; cook, stirring, until absorbed, about 2 minutes. Continue adding stock, 1 ⁄ 2 cup at a time, and cooking until absorbed before adding more, until rice is tender and creamy, about 16 minutes total. Stir in marrow, if using, and Parmesan; season with salt and pepper. Saffron gives this risotto its vibrant color and flavor.